W.Va. college students power engine with alternative fuels

Three students at the West Virginia University Institute of Technology recently completed a class project, showing it's possible to use hydrogen, propane or a propane-gasoline blend instead of gasoline to run a conventional car engine. The students started the project with a Briggs & Stratton engine using all hydrogen so they could determine the optimum engine smoothness at various speeds.

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